Simply Shaker Doesn’t Mean Shaker Furniture is Always the Same
If you frequent our blog, you’re probably an expert in Shaker Style Furniture. One thing I’ve noticed about Shaker Furniture is how easily stereotyped it is. I’ve come to notice when people think of Shaker style furniture, they think of plain and simple furniture. They think of Windsor style chairs and antiques.
But, Vermont handcrafted Shaker style furniture is anything but plain and antique.
Tips and Advice on Buying High Quality Wood Furniture
Shopping online for high quality wood furniture requires some research. After all, fine furniture is a big investment–one you’ll want to own and enjoy for a lifetime. Vermont furniture makers have a rich history of crafting quality hardwood furniture for over 200 years. They are considered America’s fine furniture authority so we’ve rounded up a bit of their wisdom to share with you.
Handcrafted in Vermont, Contemporary Copeland Bedroom Furniture Just For You
Eye catching, upscale and sustainably made, Copeland Furniture has made a name for itself with contemporary and modern designs. From a subtle tweak to a classic style to true statement pieces, Copeland creates something for everyone.
Colloquially called Presidents’ Day, The Third Monday of February Celebrates George Washington’s Birthday
To help celebrate our first President’s Birthday and the legacy he has left for over 200 years, I decided to share some fun facts about old George. A day most of us recognize as a day off or a great day to go shopping, it’s important for us to remember why we celebrate this day. Along with military and political successes, historians have captured some quirky facts about this founding father. Here they are..
We like to think that the experience you’ll have at Vermont Woods Studios is unlike that of any furniture store you’ll shop at. There are some obvious ways we’re different, of course. For one, we’re located at an old ski-resort and farmhouse in the foothills of the Green Mountains. And being in an old farmhouse comes with its quirks–one of which is space. With the average furniture store spanning 20,000 square feet, according to a Furniture Today article (2010), our showroom space is approximately 1,500-2,000 square feet.